World Wide Parking Group


Auckland Airport - Domestic Carpark No. 1
Auckland Airport - Domestic Carpark No. 2
Nuffield Street - Newmarket

Auckland Airport – Domestic Carpark Number 1

This was the first building to be constructed and is a single storey structure for 300 spaces. It was completed in April 2004 after a 3 month construction period. The building performs well and led to further developments and refinements in the methodology of the system.

Auckland Airport – Domestic Carpark Number 2

Worldwide Parking Group NZ Ltd has completed a second contract with AIAL for the design and construction of a 4 level building to accommodate 850 cars using Worldwide Parking Group Ltd. technology.

The building has flat floors with an external ramping system.

AIAL have positioned this building to be a premium facility that will command higher tariffs. To achieve this, many enhancements have been added to the base building:

  • A roof
  • A pedestrian bridge to the terminal
  • Louvres to the façade to keep the weather out
  • Painting, both internally and externally
  • A retail area on the ground floor

The building is both economical and completed in record time.

The following images are of the Worldwide Parking Group System used at Auckland International Airport domestic terminal for a new premium carpark completed in June 2006 and illustrate a typical project. Variations can be incorporated as required for cladding, roof, retail tenancies, surface coatings, and horizontal circulation bridges.

7 February 2006

8 February 2006

9 February 2006

16 February 2006

26 February 2006

9 March 2006

20 March 2006

13 June 2006




Nuffield Street – Newmarket

The success and open appearance of the Queensgate project in Lower Hutt, Wellington, for Westfield, has encouraged Westfield to negotiate a design and construct contract with Worldwide Parking Group, using the Worldwide Parking Group technology, for a 4 level building to accommodate 350 cars with provision to add a further floor in the future.

The building is under construction and is due for completion in August 2006.

The building illustrates the flexibility of the system with several alterations made to the standard components to fit into a tight site:

  • A corner is removed to clear the existing building
  • Columns are altered in orientation to suit ground floor traffic flow
  • Foundations are specifically designed to avoid existing ducts and building foundations

The building has a short construction period that can be carried out independently of the upgrade works happening on the rest of the site.